A school-teacher and engineering student in the 1970s, Michael Pinto returns to Goa after 27 years. He talks of the memories and times he knew here in the 1960s. He grew up as a lad in Belgaum, India and was a teacher at St. Britto's Mapusa, for a couple of years (1965-1967). Topics: expats, goa, india, reminiscences, changing goa
byProgramme by Goa Tiatr Academy. Aired on All India Radio (Panjim). Recorded by FN
Tiatr Academy, Goa, programme to pay tribute to late triatrists (popular Konkani stage artistes) aired on All India Radio on Feb 28, 2015. Topics: tiatr, goa, tiatrists, reminiscences, tribute, audio tribute
Maria Lourdes Bravo da Costa Rodrigues, a well known figure at Goa's Central Library, released her sixth book in Panjim on January 10, 2012 at the Fundacao Oriente. The book is titled *Games That We Played: Traditional Goan Sports*. In this recording of the book launch function, you can hear FundaÃ§Ã£o Oriente delegate in India Eduardo Kol de Carvalaho, Victor Rangel-Ribeiro, writer and novelist, Dr Stella Mascarenhas-Keyes, anthropologist, Mrs Julieta Andrade, an ex-teacher of the author,... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: book, goa, games, sports, children, reminiscences, maria lourdes bravo da costa rodrigues
Almost 90 today, Percival Noronha, a government official in the Portuguese and post-1961 Goa administration talks of his life and times in this former Portuguese colony on the west coast of India. Interview conducted on October 17, 2012 at his home in Fontainhas, the "latin quarter" of Panjim. Topics: percival noronha, goa, portuguese, luso-india, pre-1961, post-1961, reminiscences, officials,...